Why? That makes no sense.
What if we were talking about DRIVING a vehicle? What then? Would you believe he has a right to drive even though he obviously cannot do so safely? How are children supposed to be so 'special' and 'important' yet you hold something like driving a vehicle to a higher standard as if kids have been reduced a few levels in value all of a sudden when it comes to the topic of a mental handicap.
What you describe as cajones is me just having common sense and a lack of pc qualms.
I don't care if my view seems offensive - it makes no sense to encourage reckless behavior when the individuals involved can't even comprehend what they're really doing. . . and - no - my view does not matter if they're mentally inept, etc. I don't believe anyone who doesn't have the capacity to grasp the heft of sex should have sex. Like: young teens who just haven't lived long enough to enter into such a situation with full knowledge or the ability to cope or handle the results.
I say that type of thing all the time and often find people agree with me. . . but because he's mentally handicapped - suddenly that view is wrong? If he wasn't, and instead he was a 10 year old kid, what would your view be? Because that's what I see: a six year old having sex. I don't care if he's taller than his mother - age is just a number, is it not (yet against something else I often say)
Their care takers should have taken precautions long ago if they were letting them have sex freely. Yes? Seems very basic to me, especially since they have to 'be around' to make sure things are safe and 'adopt the kid to support it because the parents can't'